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Foreign scholars personal information
 
Year
Nationality
Name
Position Then
Topic of Research Plan
2003
Germany
Institute of Sinology and East Asian Studies, Münster UniversityAssistant Professor
The Former Liang: Self-Styled Emperors or Loyal Subjects to the Jin
2003
Latvia
Sinology, University of HelsinkiPh. D. Candidate
Redefining the Identity of the Chinese Philosophy: Recent Developments in the New-Confucian Philosophy
2003
UK
Department of History of ancient China and Chinese literature, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of LondonPh. D. Candidate
The Hegemons of the Spring and Autumn Period and Local History: Commemorating Great Men of the Eastern Zhou Period
2003
USA
Department of History, University of TulsaAssociate Professor
Capital Punishment and Confucian Justice: The Limits of Leniency under Traditional Chinese Law
2003
Israel
Sophia Katz
East Asian Studies, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, IsraelPh. D. Candidate
Neo-Confucian Philosophical Poetry between the Eleventh and Fifteenth Centuries
2003
Japan
Faculty of Integrated Arts and Sciences, the University of TokushimaAssistant Professor
2003
Hungary
Sinology Department, Eotvos Lorand University of SciencesPh. D. Candidate
Research of Materials for Writing a Concise History of the Taiwanese Literature
2003
Spain
London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London
Globalization, Mass Media and the Cult of Ma Tsu
2003
Japan
Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto UniversityPh. D. Candidate
2003
USA
Peter Ditmanson
History and East Asian Studies Department, Colby CollegeAssistant Professor
Fang Xiaoru (1357-1402) and Early Ming Daoxue Neo-Confucianism